‘You can’t just have a little bit of Islam. It becomes all-encompassing,’ says Debbie Robinson. ‘It will destroy whatever host country and democracy it can take hold of.’
In the wake of their controversial fundraising dinners, the Q Society explain their roots and their paranoid vision of Australia’s future.
While Julie Bishop was not expecting any request for more in the Middle East from Australia, she added: ‘Our military deployments are always under review.’
As Julie Bishop completes her first meetings with Trump’s key advisers, the alliance appears strengthened by Malcolm Turnbull’s heated phone call.
So often we hear the same bleating refrain, “Where are the moderate Muslims?” After the past fortnight, the answer is apparent. You just threw her, and every other Australian Muslim, in the water.
It doesn’t matter how moderate or modern or feminist or liberal or patriotic one is – if they are also proudly Muslim, they are a problem.
The media’s reporting of gang crime across Melbourne has racial overtones, singling out Sudanese Australians and engendering fear and stereotyping in the community.
There is one thing I learnt, though the hard way: how utterly incompetent the Department of Immigration and Border Protection are. There is no doubt about it.
The case of a Hazara refugee whose Australian citizenship was arbitrarily delayed and vexatiously questioned serves to highlight the Department of Immigration’s continued administrative bungling.
As the federal government shies away from the full funding of Gonski, the successes of the model are becoming clearer.
Bennelong MP John Alexander says five years of being a team player and keeping his gripes in-house have got him nowhere. His burning issue is housing affordability.
Put simply, many on the backbench are fed up with the slack Turnbull cuts to outspoken right-wingers such as the Nationals’ George Christensen.
Russian ties to US property deals; Benjamin Netanyahu's Australian visit
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